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Vaccines: What Does My Pet Need and Why?

What vaccines are recommended for an individual pet depends on many factors: what kind of exposure to disease the pet has, what diseases are common in the area, what kind of stress factors are present, what type of lifestyle you and your pet lead, etc. The veterinarian will go over these factors during the examination […]

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April is Cancer Awareness Month

For a $1.00 donation, you can help Briarwood help other going through cancer by buying a daffodil or a butterfly.

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Why Have A Surgical Procedure at Briarwood?

Deciding to spay or neuter your furry companion is a great way to help keep your pet healthy for the years to come. Having your pet undergo general anesthesia and surgery can be stressful on you as their pet parent. At Briarwood Animal Hospital, we know how important your pet is to you, and that’s […]

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Importance of Routine Screening

When an animal appears to be “getting old”, they are already starting to undergo ageing changes. We want to work with you to help your pets stay happy, healthy and pain-free

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A Vet’s “Tail” about Cancer in her Canine Best Friend

November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month  Low-grade mast cell tumour.  No tumour-free margins.  That’s how this all started back in January 2013.  I was pregnant with my little girl when I found out my fur-baby,

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What is Different about Senior Dog Food?

Approximately 33% of the canine population is made up of senior dogs.

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